Analysts have said it for years.If New Jersey were to ever keep most of its football talent home, and the football, basketball and wrestling programs leverage each other, Rutgers could have one of the most competitive athletics programs in the country.New Jersey is one of the top-10 most heavily-recruited states in the country, yet it’s the fourth smallest state. But, it’s population is dense and football culture abundant. It’s high school coaching is respected nationally. The evolution of 7-on-7 football and other off-season training has created ways for local players to develop year-round, offsetting advantages of high schools in other regions of the country, which allow spring football.If that talent would only stay home... The unique way Rutgers’ Chris Ash uses the success of Steve Pikiell’s basketball team as a recruiting pitch Rutgers football coach Chris Ash has used the success of the basketball program led by Steve Pikiell as a recruiting tool. … [Read more...] about The fight to fence the Garden: How many of N.J.’s top football recruits has Rutgers hosted since signing day?
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper New York | N.J.’s Governor Pushes ‘Millionaire’s Tax’ as His Party Tilts Left Advertisement Supported by ByNick Corasaniti March 5, 2019 TRENTON — [What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.] Gov. Philip D. Murphy of New Jersey, a Democrat who won a decisive victory two years ago by promoting a progressive agenda, wants to raise the income tax on those making more than $1 million to help pay for what he says are some of the state’s most pressing needs, including expanding preschool and making higher education more affordable. His proposal, unveiled on Tuesday, is similar to the plan he pursued last year, which set off a confrontation with the Democratic-controlled Legislature that nearly shut down the state’s government and led Mr. … [Read more...] about N.J.’s Governor Pushes ‘Millionaire’s Tax’ as His Party Tilts Left
By Charles Odum Published 4:18 pm PDT, Sunday, September 30, 2018 ATLANTA — Andy Dalton threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to A.J. Green with seven seconds remaining, lifting Cincinnati to a 37-36 win over the Falcons on Sunday. Dalton moved the Bengals 75 yards in about four minutes. He completed two passes on fourth down to Tyler Boyd, who had 11 catches for 100 yards, to keep the drive alive. Green, the Georgia alum, made a diving catch in the right side of the end zone to cap the drive. He had four catches for 78 yards. “Every time we were in the huddle, we were encouraging each other and saying, ‘We’ve got to find a way,’” tight end C.J. Uzomah said. “We made it happen.” Giovani Bernard ran for 69 yards and two touchdowns for Cincinnati (3-1). Matt Ryan continued his resurgence with three scoring passes, two to rookie Calvin Ridley, for the Falcons. Just like the previous Sunday, when he had his first career game with … [Read more...] about Andy Dalton’s late TD pass to A.J. Green lifts Bengals over Falcons
Actor Shemar Moore made a name for himself playing Derek Morgan on the CBS series "Criminal Minds." Moore now stars as Sgt. Daniel "Hondo" Harrelson, the leader of a specialized tactical unit in Los Angeles, in the hit CBS show "S.W.A.T." He told "CBS This Morning" the role meant so much to him, it inspired a tattoo on his forearm. "I'm not going to put my whole resume on my body…but this one is not just for Hondo and what he does on the show…but it's also for me, it's an achievement to be the lead of such a powerful show, 25 years in the game. To get this opportunity, I'm so grateful. But the eagle in my own personal life, it just represents how high you can soar, how high you can fly. Dreams are possible, keep striving for the top," Moore said. "S.W.A.T." is a remake of the 1975 series by the same name. But today's version features a much more diverse cast, something Moore is particularly proud of. "But what's really cool is not only the faces that … [Read more...] about Actor Shemar Moore loves “S.W.A.T.” so much it inspired one of his tattoos
Chemical Bank Chief Diversity Officer Donnell R. White, Chemical Financial Corporation Board Chairman Gary Torgow, Diop Russell, Michigan Chronicle publisher Hiram E. Jackson. PHOTO: Tatiana Wheeler Diop Russell had a goal of completely paying off her first year of tuition at Spelman College. She was roughly $20,000 away prior to May 24, when that number was cut in half from winning a $10,000 scholarship at the 2018 Michigan Chronicle S.W.A.G. (Students Wired for Achievement and Greatness) scholarship program. The scholarship is in its third year and has been made possible through a partnership with the Michigan Chronicle and Chemical Bank. Out of the 13 finalists who received money at the S.W.A.G. ceremony held at the Detroit Athletic Club, Russell was the last to have her name called because she was the first-place winner. As her winning essay was being read, she celebrated with her family and friends. “I was just hoping for $2,000,” Russell said. “So, when my name … [Read more...] about S.W.A.G. winner Diop Russell exudes the meaning of the scholarship award